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Body count: 2
Best threat: "The shirt covered her face, but she screamed and clawed/So Billy stomped on the bitch, until he broke her jaw/The dirty bastards knew exactly what they were doing/They kicked her until they cracked her ribs and she stopped moving"
Album: Revolutionary, Vol. 1
Producer: 44 Caliber
Label: Viper

Never one to mince his words, this brutal morality tale from Immortal Technique describes a character named Billy Jacobs going to any length to move up the ranks in the drug game. Challenged to prove himself once and for all, he offers to rape an innocent woman to demonstrate his heartlessness, and is later driven to suicide after the identity of his victim is revealed. In the final verse, Tech places himself into the narrative to blur the line between fact and fiction. He explains that the song is, "Really about how we are killing ourselves and destroying the most valuable resource that the Latino/Black community has, our women." The central scene itself is also intensely violent, hence its inclusion here, as the details of the abduction and the attack are delivered with a vivid clarity.